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New Books in the Library: November 2012

• A Weaver’s Tale: The Life and Times of the Laxey Woolen Industry, 1860-2010, St. George’s Woollen Mills, 2010, Sue King

• Architectural Textiles: Tent Bands of Central Asia. Washington, D.C.: The Textile Museum, 2007

• Handloom Weavers in Ulster’s Linen Industry 1815-1914, Dublin, 2007, Kevin J. James

• Japanese Papermaking: Traditions, Tools and Techniques

• Kosode: 16th – 19th Century Textiles From the Nomura Collection, Japan Society, New York, 1984, Margot Paul

• Samplers in the Collections of the Manx Museum, Manx Museum and National Trust, 2010, Larch Garrard and Yvonne Hayhurst

• Manx Quilts and Patchwork, Manx Museum, 2007

• The Carpet: Origins, Art and History [translated from the original Italian]. Willowdale, Ont.; Buffalo, N.Y.: Firefly Books, 1999, Enzo Milinesi

• The Story of the Kimono. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1989

• The Subversive Stitch: Embroidery and the Making of the Feminine. New York: Routledge, 1984. Rozsika Parker

• Another Treasury of Indian Folk Textiles. Santa Cruz, CA: La Casa des Espiritus Alegres, 2006. Carol Summers

• 5000 Years of Chinese Costumes. Hong Kong: The Commercial Press, Ltd., 1984. Xun Zhou; Chunming Gao

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